"There is a constitutional right at issue, and the question is whether states need to have carveouts for those constitutionally protected activities when they issue blanket orders," one legal expert said.
A run on gun stores during times of crisis is not a new phenomenon, but dealers told Newsweek that there was something unique about the current pandemonium.
"There are no guarantees in the law generally, but there are certainly no guarantees in the gun laws here," one attorney said. "Being a gun owner in New Jersey is fraught with risk."
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden told a Detroit auto plant worker "you're full of sh*t" Tuesday in a confrontation over the Second Amendment and gun control.
Rep. Ken Buck criticized for video he posted onto Facebook denouncing gun control reform.
The relationship between country music and the National Rifle Association took another hit after the Country Music Hall of Fame refused to host a fundraising dinner and auction for the gun lobbying organization.
The prevalence of ghost guns has begun to alarm some lawmakers at the state level, producing legislation to more closely regulate these weapons.
"150 million people have been killed since 2007 when Bernie [Sanders] voted to exempt the gun manufacturers from liability," former Vice President Joe Biden said during Tuesday's Democratic debate.
The gun control record of Senator Bernie Sanders was heavily criticized by former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg in a series of tweets on Thursday night.
The Democratic House speaker released a relatively caustic statement after her Senate colleagues, enabled through four Democratic votes, sidelined the bill.
Founder of Right to Bear Arms Virginia Brandon Howard took a 12-gauge shotgun to Democrat delegate Mark Levine's house.
Gun policy earns the starkest statistical divide of any of the 18 policy issues when broken down along gender lines.
Ryan Farrar is standing for the first congressional district in Northwest Indiana.
Images of the group sitting in the Washington office of the Kentucky senator were shared on social media. Their message was: "Your inaction is literally killing us."
Kids are now more likely to die from guns than from drugs or drowning. Is this really the kind of nation we are?
Fred Guttenberg was escorted out of the State of Union Address on Tuesday night after shouting "What about my daughter!" in response to Donald Trump's comments about Second Amendment rights.
Democrats want to paint Trump as a president who has failed in the past year—and throughout his presidency—to follow through on his promises to lower prescription drug costs, protect Americans with pre-existing medical conditions and enact measures to curb future gun violence.
Unfinished receivers that have not been fully manufactured are not traditionally considered firearms, although some states have cracked down on unregulated precursors.
Vulnerable adult protection orders can be imposed when a judge suspects that the adult is experiencing neglect, abuse or financial exploitation, among other offenses.
In general, gun-rights supporters have voiced serious reservations about due process protections that they feel the proposed measures could erode.
Georgia Democratic Representative Lucy McBath ran for office after her son was shot and killed by a man who claimed he was playing his music too loudly.
The changes to the United States Munitions List, governing which weapons are subject to the State Department's scrutiny, are a long time coming.
The gun reform bills were passed after Virginia Governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency over "credible intelligence" that violence could occur during a pro-gun-rights rally.
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren railed against Democratic attempts to pass gun laws in Virginia Thursday, claiming their efforts could lead to "civil war."
Drawing a link between cell phone use and mortality, John Rodgers sets up an analogy to gun violence prevention strategies.
New Hampshire Republicans are demanding disciplinary action against a Democratic state representative who said gun-toting Trump voters are "stockpiling ammo" to start a second "Civil War" in 2020.
Britt Farmer told reporters at a press conference on Sunday evening that he was "extremely thankful" to law enforcement personnel for their response to the shooting.
Under a buyback plan put in place after a March mass shooting, New Zealand officials have bought back over 60,000 assault weapons. But the NRA has stated that a ban of assault weapons wouldn't work in the U.S.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro's legal opinion argues that the state's definition of "firearm" is expansive enough to encompass 80 percent receivers.